Structural and Magnetic Properties of Pr₁₈Li₈Fe₅₋ₓMnₓO₃₉ (M=Ru, Mn, Co)
A polycrystalline sample of Pr18Li8Fe4RuO39 has been synthesized by a solid state method and characterized by neutron powder diffraction, magnetometry and Mössbauer spectroscopy; samples of Pr18Li8Fe5-xMnxO39 and Pr18Li8Fe5-xCoxO39 (x=1, 2) have been studied by magnetometry. All these compounds adopt a cubic structure (space group Pm over(3, -) n, a0~11.97 Å) based on intersecting < 111 > chains made up of alternating octahedral and trigonal-prismatic coordination sites. These chains occupy channels within a Pr-O framework. The trigonal-prismatic site in Pr18Li8Fe4RuO39 is occupied by Li+ and high-spin Fe3+. The remaining transition-metal cations occupy the two crystallographically-distinct octahedral sites in a disordered manner. All five compositions adopt a spin-glass-like state at 7 K (Pr18Li8Fe4RuO39) or below.
S. E. Dutton et al., "Structural and Magnetic Properties of Pr₁₈Li₈Fe₅₋ₓMnₓO₃₉ (M=Ru, Mn, Co)," Journal of Solid State Chemistry, vol. 182, no. 7, pp. 1638-1648, Elsevier, Jul 2009.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jssc.2009.04.002
Keywords and Phrases
Cubic Structure; Metal Cation; Mixed-metal Oxide; Octahedral Sites; Polycrystalline Samples; Prismatic Coordination; Solid State Method; Space Groups; Spin-glass-like State; Ssbauer Spectroscopy; Structural And Magnetic Properties; Magnetic Properties; Magnetism; Magnetometers; Manganese; Manganese Compounds; Metallic Compounds; Molybdenum; Neutron Diffraction; Neutrons; Ruthenium Alloys; Spin Dynamics; Spin Glass; Transition Metals; Ruthenium Compounds; Magnetism; Mössbauer Spectroscopy
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01 Jul 2009